January 11, 2013

Smokey Bronze Eye {Makeup Tutorial Using the Naked Palette}

One of my favorite Christmas presents ever was the Naked palette, which I got last year. I use it almost every day and there are endless possibilities when it comes to the finished look you can create. One of my best friends, Alli, let me use her as a model. (She has the most gorgeous eyes, right?! Perfect for playing around with makeup). The smokey bronzed eye was inspired by this makeup look I found on Pinterest, but we decided to make it a bit more wearable. It's so easy to achieve, so keep reading! 
STEP ONE: Prime your eyes or dap on concealer. It will make the shadow stick more! Sweep toasted all over the lid and into the crease. Use naked to blend out the edge so there isn't a harsh line.
STEP TWO: Brush sin into the inner third of the eye and around the tear duct area. Blend well.
STEP THREE: With a blending brush place darkhorse on the outer corner and up into the crease. Gently blend it out and pull it towards the center of the eye, so it creates a small triangle. If needed, use a bit of toasted to blend it out better. Add darkhorse the the bottom lashline, only on the outer two thirds.
STEP FOUR: Using a small pencil brush, lightly place creep in the outer-v. Don't blend it out as far as darkhorse, keep the color more concentrated in the very corner. Deepen the outer third on the bottom lash line with creep.
STEP FIVE: Finish with a bit of sin in the inner third of the bottom lash line as well as the brow bone. Add liquid liner and loads of mascara and you're done! Wahh-laa!

If you try this look make sure to send me a picture! Tweet it to me, put it on my facebook page or tag me on Instagram (@cassiedulworth)! I would love to see it. 

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